1) The Bastard of Istanbul – Elif Shafak Elif Shafak tackles her country’s terrible past in a bright and colourful tale set in both Turkey and the United States in her second novel published in English. The “bastard” of the title, Asya, a nineteen-year-old woman who loves Johnny Cash and […]
“I’m under absolutely no obligation to make sense to you.” ― Taylor Jenkins Reid, The Seven Husbands of Evelyn Hugo About the book: Author: Taylor Jenkins Reid Published on: June 13th 2017 Publisher: Atria Books Genre: Novel, Romance novel, Historical Fiction, Psychological Fiction My rating: 5/5 The plot: Evelyn Hugo, a veteran […]
The 1997 booker’s Prize winner is a masterpiece of storytelling and narrative. And it is a wonderful critique on politics, religion and casteism.
Kafka’s metamorphosis is considered to be a classic in literature. It is a story of a changing society and how necessities cause a metamorphosis in households and in society in general.
Awarded the Good Reads Book of the year in young adult literature in 2015, We were liars is a book that deals with love, romance, a decaying aristocracy and the decaying state of mind within it, not to forget issues like mental health and defenses.
Chess was the most important indoor game of the nineteenth century in England. It enjoyed centuries-old privileged status. It was considered as a ‘rational recreation’. Chess, unlike any other game, deals more with logic and rationality rather than fun, as we know, Rationalism had taken over the Victorian era abundantly. […]
INTRODUCTION Our best companies are books because they provide us with knowledge and comfort of mind. Despite the fact that we have family and friends with whom we may discuss […]
Paulo Coelho wrote many best-selling books most of which are popular all around the world. And translated in various languages. One of his masterpieces is Alchemist. All of his works are related to self-help and motivational genres. Book: Veronica Decides To Die Veronica is a young woman who commits suicide […]
1.To Kill a Mockingbird, by Harper Lee 2. 1984, by George Orwell 3.The Lord of the Rings, by J.R.R. Tolkien 4.Pride and Prejudice, by Jane Austen 5.The Book Thief, by Markus Zusak 6.The Hobbit, by J.R.R. Tolkien 7.Fahrenheit 451, by Ray Bradbury 8.Jane Eyre, by Charlotte Bronte 9.Animal Farm, by George Orwell 10. Gone with […]
Ebooks are an affordable option for many avid readers. Ebooks are the travel-friendly, comfortable, cheapest option and you can read them anytime anywhere. But, there is a misconception about ebooks, some readers Don’t consider Ebooks as books. Indeed it’s not real books. We can’t feel ebooks as the real ones. […]
Literature is one of the fine arts like music and painting. It is fundamentally, an Expression of life through the medium of language. Literature is composed of books that are of great human interest due to their subject matter and mode of presentation. In Literature, form and the pleasure that […]
During the later half of the 18th century, there was a revival of interest in the life and art of medieval times. The gothic novel arose out of this new zeal for medieval life and fashions. Gothic Novel: The Gothic novels of the period sought to satisfy the reader’s craving […]
The National Council of Education Research and Training (NCERT) attribute towards developing the valuable content for the CBSE students.The NCERT books published on the principle of child-centred system .The books inculcating creativity and treat children as participants in learning ,not as receivers of a fixed body of knowledge.The NCERT books […]
bibliophilism means the love for books ! read more to know how our friend book evolved throughout the history and what it meant for us rn 🙂
Fiction is prominent part in every Bibliophiles life. It would be inevitable for the readers to experience a sense of connectedness towards fiction an the stories which are unreal yet imprints in there mind like a reality.